Located in the Fine Arts Building, UARK’s Advanced Technology 2D lab (AT2D) is a group studio and classroom that houses computer controlled imaging, printing, and cutting equipment.

AT2D has toner and ink-jet printers capable of printing on paper, fabric, and canvas up to fourty-four inches wide. Seventeen iMac work stations with Adobe CC installed are available for use by students of the School of Art twenty-four hours a day.

Student monitors are available to help with printing and troubleshooting, and the facility is managed by Loring Taoka. AT2D lab is available to students, faculty, and staff of the School of Art for design, coursework, and research projects.